Rager Road Waterline, Sanitary Sewer & Lift Station
Our municipal services team in Columbus provided design and permitting for the Rager Road Waterline, Sanitary Sewer & Lift Station, a $1.4-million project to extend utilities in Canal Winchester, OH to properties planned for annexation. With an accelerated timeline set forth due to the development objectives in this part of town, we prioritized and streamlined the project through concurrent design efforts. This included a 6,000-linear-foot, 12-inch waterline extension; a 4,000-linear-foot, eight-inch sanitary force main; a 450-gallon-per-minute duplex submersible sanitary lift station; and 1,200 linear feet of gravity sanitary sewer. This project immediately provided service to two, 10-acre buildings serving the e-Commerce industry, fulfilling these important economic development goals for our client.
Our creative routing design included directionally drilling portions of the project under jurisdictional waterways, which avoided the need for environmental permitting and allowed the project to achieve its aggressive schedule.
Survey services included the preparation of annexation exhibits, topographic and utility survey, ALTA surveys, legal descriptions for easements, and construction layout services.
Planning work for the immediate and surrounding tributaries was provided.
Telemetry and controls were included as part of the lift station design.
Our team managed the permitting process from application through issuance through ODOT, Ohio EPA and the local building department, achieving all project milestones.
Services included preparation of Engineer’s Opinion of Probable Construction Costs and bidding assistance for the city.